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"I just needed to get out and talk to people, and what better place to do that than in a music shop" Alison Wressell, Vintage & Vinyl.
Regarded by many as her finest moment, Horse Meat Disco's Luke Howard and Blitz Kid Princess Julia, join Colleen 'Cosmo' Murphy at The Eagle in London to discuss Grace Jones' iconic 'Warm Leatherette'.
Black Midi’s Morgan Simpson joins Raj Chaudhury to discuss his love of D'Angelo's comeback album that was 14 years in the making.
“People always go home with something they were not intending to buy, that person is going to go home so excited… I think that’s the best part about working at a record store”. Sharon Bechor, Rock and Soul DJ
“This is what I want to do. This is not like going to work… I want to be part of this crowd”. Ben Soothill, Wax and Beans.
“We’re a queer owned record store and we’re really loud and proud about that… Not only is music discovery, but it’s self discovery”. Kye Hallows & Blake Lundell, Lavender Vinyl.
“Great communities have great restaurants, great live music venues, great art galleries, great events, great food and independent retail, whether it’s bookstores or music stores or the like, contribute to the character of that community.” Mike Fratt, Homer’s Music.
“I mean it’s my environment. It’s what I like. I still learn everyday.” Randy Now.
“The reason why I set up the record shop is because I love listening to records. I’ve turned a hobby into my job. Every day is the perfect day.” Jon Smith, Intense Records.